under the icc, is another question. supervisor campos: that is the problem. i like that you have a provision that says it would be under california law. but you could end up in foreign court, overseeing that case. i think that is, again, in terms of protecting the rights and interests of the city, and trying to avoid possibly negation, i worry that we might find ourselves -- to avoid possibly litigation, i worry that we might find ourselves in a situation where we are arbitrating in geneva or some foreign european country. should that arbitration not lead to a resolution, and should there be any litigation arising out of that arbitration, you could find yourself in a venue that is not only outside san francisco but outside the u.s. that is the fear that i have.